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Soldiers (and a dog) being mustered out at Camp Dix in New Jersey around 1918. Camp Dix was built in 1917. During the First World War, Camp Dix, according to its website “was a training and staging ground for the 78th, 87th and 34th Divisions. Camp Dix grew quickly and became the largest military reservation in the Northeast. Following the armistice, the camp became a demobilization center.”

"Soldiers being mustered out at Camp Dix, New Jersey" By Underwood and Underwood, 1918 National Archives and Records Administration, Records of the War Department General and Special Staffs

German soldier returns home in Frankfurt, only to find his family no longer there, and house bombed. 1946

A German soldier returns home only to find his family no longer there. Frankfurt, 1946 - Photo by Tony Vaccaro

*DURING the CIVIL WAR~ (1861 – 1865), there were about 90,000 Black Confederate Soldiers serving the Confederacy.These Blacks were either freemen or slaves.Most majority of this number were volunteers.Majority of them were Labors,logistics+ servants;however,there were a good number of Black Soldiers who were combat units+fought for the Confederacy.

Black Confederate Veteran…I need to research this pic, and more than likely this man was forced into this. I DOUBT THAT!This looks to be a photo from a UCV convention.The soldier was probably a cook in a confederate company.

Christmas at Buna, Papua, 1942 | by Australian War Memorial collection

Papua - Australian War Memorial says these are American soldiers at an advanced dressing station with a Christmas tree decorated with surgical cotton wool and cigarette packets, Buna, Papua, 1942

Formed of soldiers at end of WWI

Look close at the soldiers. read down at the soldiers posed for this at Camp Dodge in Des Moines, Iowa. Wish it had the year on it. I wrote a weekly column on Des Moines history for 8 years and I have never seen this picture before!

Second Lieutenant Paul Weir Cloud, still photographer with the 89th Division, in Kyllburg, Germany, January 16th, 1919.

Photographer In Germany Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Photo Researchers

Second Lt. Paul Weir Cloud (U.) still operator, photographic unit with Division. Near Kyllburg, Germany, January

‘Flying Tiger’ Airman Bettye Krieter with Fourteenth Air Force A-26 and Pilot

‘Flying Tiger’ Airman Bettye Krieter with Fourteenth Air Force and Pilot Definitely using this in our Military Ball

Dr. Elizabeth Bruyn, sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance. Dr. Bryun was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early 1900’s...

Elizabeth Bruyn, sitting in the back of a horse drawn ambulance, was an ambulance surgeon in New York City in the early On her first day at work in she saved the life of an 18 month old baby who had been overcome by gas from a leak in an apartment.

itsjohnsen:    American troops frantically wave after returning home from France. New Jersey, 1919. LIFE

American troops frantically wave after returning home from France. New Jersey, LIFE - Overloaded

The Head of the Statue of Liberty on display at the World Fair in Paris, 1878.  (The Caledonian Mining Expedition Company: Through the Lens of LIFE)

The head of the Statue of Liberty on display at the World's Fair in Paris in This was just before its destination to New York. Photographs, World Fair Exhibition, Posters, pictures and photos

Attaching a message to a Signal Corps carrier pigeon. 1917-1918.

Photos of The Great War - Animals at War/Attaching a message to a US Army Signal Corps carrier pigeon

An old stagecoach, 1890

Rare image of Tallyho Coaching. Sioux City party Coaching at the Great Hot Springs of Dakota. It was taken in 1889 by Grabill, John C. The image shows Horse-drawn stagecoach carrying formally dressed women, children, and men.

1940: A soldier reading inside his barracks at Fort Dix, New Jersey - Found via The Passion of Former Days

A soldier reading inside his barracks at Fort Dix, New Jersey - Found via…

A squad of US soldiers listening to one of their comrades playing an organ in a  half-wrecked church during WWI. Photograph by J. A. Marshall. Exermont, Argonne, France, October 1918.

“viα legrandcirque: A squad of US soldiers listening to one of their comrades playing an organ in a half-wrecked church during WWI.

Atlanta, 1864. Federal Army wagons at railroad depot.

It didn't take the 2014 Snow to create a traffic jam in Atlanta! Wagon train moving out of Atlanta, Georgia (circa Amazing how different it was.

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